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Bankrupt Private Ambulance Services Leave Indiana Communities Stranded

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August 20, 2014

The US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development was in Gary Wednesday. We get an update from Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson on the city’s revitalization plans.

Over a 40 year career one Marion County law firm grew legal aid into a network that reaches every corner of the state. We’ll talk to Norman Metzger.

The bankruptcy of one private ambulance company has sent Indiana communities scrambling to find a replacement. What does this say about privatizing these types of services and could this be an opportunity for the private companies serving Northwest Indiana?

And a group of paddle boarders are attempting to be the first to cross Lake Michigan this weekend. This comes after one paddler was turned away a week ago.

Guests include:

Karen Freeman-Wilson, Gary mayor

Norman P. Metzger, Executive Director, Indiana Legal Services

Phil Deckard Martinsville mayor

Andrew Prichard, paddle boarder

 

 

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